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RDI Diamonds Joins The BIG Network

The ultimate goal is strengthening the industry through closer collaboration and understanding between retailers and their vendor partners.




RDI Diamonds Joins The BIG Network

(PRESS RELEASE) Since starting a jewelry business in his mother’s basement in 1992, Michael Indelicato has grown RDI Diamonds into one of the largest suppliers of premier diamonds. The company prides itself on quality, attention to detail, honesty, and fairness. It currently works with more than 4,000 jewelers in the U.S. and Canada on stock and memo diamond orders.

RDI Diamonds employs more than 100 people. It is headquartered in Rochester, New York and has a satellite office location in New York City.

For more information on RDI Diamonds call 1-800-874-8768 or email and

Benefits of The BIG Network

Through Retailer participation in The BIG Network, vendors can: obtain sales and inventory information, help replenish stock faster with your permission, invoice/bill for sold memo inventory, and stock-balance non-performing items in a proactive manner.

This service is free of charge for Retailers and enables you to work collaboratively with vendors by allowing them to gain valuable insight into what is selling and proactively help you manage non-performing inventory. Vendors have been kept largely in the dark regarding sell-through – they have no idea what inventory is sitting in your stores that is not performing. For participating, Retailers are eligible to receive a free Daily Sales Report from Balance to Buy!


The ultimate goal…Strengthen our industry through closer collaboration and understanding between retailers and their vendor partners.
Learn more here.



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